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CHRIS CARTER

Chris Carter, 37, began his career as a screenwriter in 1985 at The Walt Disney Studios. Previously, Carter had been working as a freelance journalist, writing and traveling extensively abroad. At Disney, Carter wrote and produced several television movies in addition to the television pilot Cameo by Night for NBC and The Nanny, a sitcom for The Disn ey Channel. He took a short leave of absence from Disney to co-produce the second season of the comedy series Rags to Riches, starring Joe Bologna, and returned in 1989 to create and executive produce "Brand New Life," a recurring comedy series which r an as part of a rotating schedule on Disney's Sunday night lineup. [Fox press packet for X Files] Carter's favorite X Files episodes so far are: Beyond the Sea, Colony/End Game, Duane Barry, Sleepless, and Fresh Bones. {AOL X Files conference March 9 4). Born and raised in southern California, Carter has been writing for most of his adult life. Formerly a freelance journalist and editor of Surfing magazine, Carter began his career as a screenwriter in 1985 at the Walt Disney Studios, where he was brought in by Jeffrey Katzenberg to write for television. At Disney, Carter wrote and produced several television movies, in addition to the television pilot "Cameo by Night" for NBC and "The Nanny" (not the CBS series) for the Disney Channel. Carter took a short leave of absence from Disney to co-produce the second season of the NBC comedy Rags to Riches, starring Joe Bologna, and returned in 1989 to create and executive-produce Brand New Life, a recurring comedy series that ran as part of a rotating schedule on Disney's Sunday night lineup.